We can build an android application using Kotlin and Java. In the tutorials, we are using Kotlin language to build the application. In previous tutorial, we learned how to create a project for Kotlin language but here, we will learn how to run an application using the AVD (Android Virtual Device).
We obtain two files when we launch the project, which are:
MainActivity.kt– This is Kotlin file and used to code in Kotlin language.
activity_main.xml– This is xml file and used for the layout of our main activity.
There are enormous number of activities in the Android application. For each of the activity we require a separate Kotlin file to write the code. All the functionalities are added like onclick, onCreate etc.
Kotlin code –
For each activity there is separate xml file to specify the design or layout of our activities. Hence, there are number of functioning like we can adjust button to the top or bottom and make text bold or italic etc.
XML code –
Run as an Emulator
We made some changes in our Kotlin and xml files and then we can run our application using an emulator. It seems to be like below:-
- Kotlin Data Types
- Hello World program in Kotlin
- Kotlin | Retrieve Collection Parts
- Destructuring Declarations in Kotlin
- DatePicker in Kotlin
- Kotlin labeled continue
- Introduction to Kotlin
- Kotlin Type Conversion
- Kotlin Exception Handling | try, catch, throw and finally
- Kotlin if-else expression
- Kotlin Environment setup for Command Line
- Kotlin constructor
- Kotlin Environment setup with Intellij IDEA
- Kotlin Nested class and Inner class
- Kotlin Variables
- Kotlin Operators
- Kotlin Standard Input/Output
- Kotlin Expression, Statement and Block
- Kotlin when expression
- Kotlin for loop
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